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According to Gareth Lloyd, Gulf Craft’s sales director: "The brief was to create a unique ship that is able to cover a serious distance and cope with the difficult sea conditions."The glass dining table allows 10 seats and is supported by a characteristic wall on the forward bulkt. The large Berlin windows offer sweeping views from the two sofas or the two armchairs in the large lounge.The main aft deck is equipped with a bar area complete with ice-makers and barbecues. Wooden details, with integrated LEDs, arches from the walls to the ceiling of the main lounge define a sense of separation between the lounge and the dining room.The Nomad 95 SUV has a flexible interior layout, which allows you to change the overall layout to have four, five or six cabins. A huge tender garage offers space for two jet skis. The garage can also be emptied and turned into a beach club area to relax by the water.The large staff quarters have room for four crew members in two bunk-bed rooms, as well as a skipper cabin equipped with an additional private bathroom.The Nomad 95 can handle winds of 30 to 33 knots and go at a speed of 25 knots. The standard fuel tanks contain 14,570 litres, and power two 1,874 hp MAN V12-1900 engines.
April 2020 © Mediterranean Yachting Magazine
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